Peckforton Castle Restaurant
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The Castle’s 1851 Restaurant offers a very special dining experience, fit for Kings and Queens.
Featuring modern British cuisine, the Table d’hôte and A la Carte menus are brimming with fine dining options, some classic with a modern twist and others as full of imagination as they are of flavour.
Holder of 2 AA Rosettes and a Taste Cheshire Award, the 1851 Restaurant treats diners and guests of the Castle to a gastronomic extravaganza featuring carefully selected, locally grown and reared produce.
The deep plush carpets, tasteful décor, tables adorned with crisp linen and beautiful
Tableware - all against the magnificent backdrop of Peckforton Castle’s impressive architecture- add a welcome touch of magic and glamour to every meal, making every dining experience a very special occasion.
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The 1851 Restaurant welcomes non - residents, although we do recommend early booking by phoning 01829 260930 (option 4).
Newly opened in July of that year, the 2010 Brasserie offers modern cosmopolitan dining in very informal relaxed surroundings. Located in the former scullery of the Castle this lovingly restored section of the Grade I listed building retains many of its original features including the windows and two cast iron cooking ranges, which date back to the 1840s. These are combined with the modern day comforts of luxury furnishings, free Wi-Fi and a flat screen television, striking a perfect balance between the old and new. The courtyard adjoining the Brasserie complements by offering additional space and a modern al fresco dining experience.
Open to members of the public every day from 9.30am to 10pm, the 2010 Brasserie
operates a table waiting service and provides a unique combination of affordable menu choices, striking surroundings and a relaxed atmosphere, making it the ideal venue for all occasions, whether a quick cup of coffee or an informal lunch with friends.